University of Pittsburgh

Against obligation: the multiple sources of authority in a liberal democracy.

In this book Abner Greene shows that questions of interpretive obligation share many qualities with those of political obligation. In rejecting the view that constitutional interpreters must follow either prior or higher sources of constitutional meaning, Greene confronts and turns aside arguments similar to those offered for a moral duty of citizens to obey the law

ISBN: 9780674064416
PittCat: K240.G74 2012

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